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Thursday, June 14, 2018

My Long Haired #Dachshund: A Rescue Dog

When people talk about pets and furry friends, I was so detached. Not that I don't like pets. Don't get me wrong but the reality was, I just cant relate. Well, that was 3 years ago and I tell you, my outlook towards animals and their human parents changed ... for the better!
This is Rusty, my rescued long haired dachshund on his first day at home. My husband and I were not planning to get a dog. We were just visiting the Jackson Humane Society to check the animals in the area and LO and BEHOLD! We went home with a 2 year old stubborn dachshund and I tell you, it was the best decision ever!

Today, Rusty is 4 years old and 5 months and though he is stubborn and a big snob, he is very loving, sweet, funny and a good boy. I love him so much! I never imagine myself hugging and kissing a dog but yes, I did that to this baby boy. He gives me joy and so much more. He knows that we love him so much.

Guess what? After 2 years of having Rusty, we rescued a puppy. A puppy who grew up so big that we almost return back to the shelter, LOL! I will tell you about this puppy on my next post. Thanks for stopping by.

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